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THE GAR DUN ISLAND.
Eor the SOCCER Football Season just commencing, uc
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Echoes From Christmas
If there is one time more than
another in all the year when chil
dren enjoy life it is on Christmas
live when they have a Christmas
tree which they have been plan-'
ninjr for during the exciting weeks
and days before Christmas, and
which they have helped to deco
rate. To see the culmination of this
childish happiness one should have
had a peep into the large beautiful
room at the Deverill home upon
which the carpenters had just put
their finishing touches the day
before. The scene was a perfect
vision fresh from fairy land. The
room was gorgeously decorated
with flowers and all the creations
of the fairies; and right in the
center on a pedestal stood, in all
his majesty, one of the most beau
tiful Christinas trees that it has
been the fortune of child-eyes to
behold. The tree was growing j
in his own soil with the prospect
Short Story Series
If I'earlie Eattcrshall had told,
him to shave his hair in tufts and
to walk down Main street on his.
hands and his heels in the air Tom
I?lanz would have obeyed her. '
At least that's what everybody 1
in town said. They also said it
was perfectly ridiculous what a
slave a man could make of himself
just because he had fallen in love
with a girl.
That fall I'earlie began raving
over the football players on the ,
state university team, whose pic-,
tures were in all the weekly papers,
and what made it more serioiu was
the fact that Ben Tirlit, one of the
town boys and a rival of Tom's,
was on the team. Tom shivered
to think of the holiday vacation,
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Tom realized to the full the aga
rics of the feminine heart. Ik
knew that mere worth did not
count against brass buttons or
brawn and Ben Tirlit certainly had
plenty of t h e latter. He looked
like a young ox, Tom bitterly re
flected, gazing at tile toolb.di ti-atn
as pictured in the window of Peter
son's drug store.
Every time he went to call on
I'earlie nowadays she recited the
football scores to him and inquired
if he didn't think the run that Hen
Tirlit made in the last game was
perfectly wonderful! She said she
just loved athletic men.
That settled it. Tom Elan:; was
built on fat and bulky lines, but if
Pcarlie .liked 'em athletic, why,
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betore him of doing similar loving i i- ,, ,
b . Pearhe could worship linn in per-
aervice m wie years to come, ms 1
twigs and his branches were so
lavishly bedecked with his myriad
of lights and his own dazzling
array that there was not room for
all the presents, so they were
heaped in a great pile at his feet
and on a table at his right.
At the sound of music, rendered
by Mrs. Menefoglio, the children
came into the room and marched
around the tree again and again,
singing their Christmas carols,
i Even Santa Claus was attracted by
j the child voices and appeared upon
the scene with a hearty greeting
for each member of the choir.
Then there was a general distri
bution of gifts. Every one present
was remembered, and remembered
most liberally. To see the delight
and rapture manifested by the
children, even to little Jack San
born, was a sight well worthy the
admiration of the gods.
And Santa Claus had not for
gotten the helpers, whose willing
I hands so cheerfully prepared and
rserved the bountiful repast, but they
1 were called forward and presented
with the generous gifts which were
'so gratefully received.
An elaborate dinner was served
to the guests. The large dining
room was decorated with an abun
dance of fruits and flowers. The
1 elder guests were seated at the
large table enjoying a good social
time in general; but the center of
! attraction was the low table at
which were' seated the children,
whose laughter and merriment was
as beautiful in its sweetness and
, innocence as the m
Herbert Deverill presented the
guests with a souvenir of the eve
Uiing, a pin, on which was the
i woid so appropriate to the occasion
The festivities closed with music,
and a beautiful display of fire
works on the lawn.
Those present were Helen, Wal
ter and Jack Sanborn, Iniogene
and Conrad Menefoglio; Annie,
Stanford and Herbert Deverill;
I Mr. and Mrs. Menefoglio, Mr. and
j Mrs. Sanborn, Mrs. Deverill and
j Miss Florence Deverill, Mrs. New
I man and Mr. Haynes.
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rayed in all its Christmas glory.
Both tables were generously strewn
with maile and red rose petals.
The dinner was a bountiful feast
of roast pig and apple sauce, with
all their accessories, the final dish
being a n old-fashioned English
On Monday evening the beauti-
athletic he would be. There w.is
something heroic about T o m
Elanz's whole souled sacrifice of
himself. What he really liked was
a big plateful of buckwheat cakes
I I've been trying to qualify.
I'earlie. I knew you wouldn't like
me just for myself and I've been
working hard at athletics this win
ter. I can't play football, but I
for breakfast and an easy chair and; do lots of'other things!"
! riding instead of walking, but he
held grimly to his diet, religiously
swung his Indian clubs, pains
takingly woiked his patent exer
ciser and walked five miles a day
"Im training down," he told
PearlieEattershall with pride. "I
really have got a lot of muscle!"
Have you?" she asked, absent
ful and hospitable home of Mr. i y, "I shouldn't have thought it.
and Mrs. Makee was the scene of y you ever play football when
a most delightful Christmas dinner. I
The decorations were ideal, audi
vou were at eolL; e?"
IVnrIier.itlcrsli.il! looked at him
with startled eves. "Do you mean
to say," she began, indignantly",'
"that you've delebrately g o ire
about getting thin a n d scrawnv
and like a pickled chicken, as you
have been lately because you
thought I'd like you better? My
goodness, Tom Elans, I like you
heaps better when you are fat nnd
comfortable, and I don't care if
you're a' hlelic or not! Whj , you
What chance, Tom Elmz lvf. e.t-1 are you!'
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artistic in every detail. Every- cd desperately on the way horn.-,
thing was done in green and red. I had a fellow tied down by business
resulting in an effect most pleasing iaKaiiist a great lazy loafer at
to the eye. The whole dining 1 school, wdio did nothing but elm
room was festooned with wreaths 'a football over the ground? Then
of evergreen, from which were sus-1 he redoubled his exercise,
pended red Christmas bells alter- j It was such a serious matter with
natinsr with loons and streamers of
t . j kllllk lt( IlikllVt.l Uhlttt vu vtw v
usic ot the ,. whil(J the entrance to the room ian interest. Thev all knew th.it
was draped with a profusion of j Tom was immolating himself be
green, and hanging from the cen-j cause Pearlic Eattershall liked
ter was a large red Christmas bell. Jathktic men. They tool: a per
Leis of Christmas holly here and Lonal interest in his cutting out
there served as finishing touchc. Ucn Tirlit, and when that young
to the beauty of the scene.
At each plate lay a beautiful red time and took I'earlie to the dame
bonbon, and a place card on which they were indignant. They con
stood a miniature Christmas tree. 1 sidered that blie was playing uji
A bouquet of red lilies served as a fairly.
center piece for the table over inn Tom kept on with his exer
which was suspended r.n exquisite J cise and the diet, lie began to
wreath of Christinas holly. ,,rr0V thin, naturally, but that did
The dinner was a sumptuous ' at satisfy him, for he yearned for 0IlLj -wark Siar
least ot good things, consisting of the bulk a n d brawn of Tirlit.
a combination of the old-fashioned However, he could not have the
Christinas dinner of turkey and n,ik without achievimr it bv fat.
The Christmas dinner given by; roast pig and the numerous dc-i and this worried him.
.Mrs. Deverill was the occasion of , Hcacies which modern culinary art lie read all the sporting pagti
much joy and merriment to her has invented. ' of the citv newsmtv-r in order to
An interesting ieattire of the , cniiven his conversation by scores
service was' t h e plum pudding and gossip and thus prove to Pear
source, being not only a delight to ( nc that he took an abiding inU-re-1
the palate but a feast to the eyes jn athletics, lustead of being un-
"l'enrlie," breathed Tom Elanz
in a voice biokeu with emotion,
"why the dickens didn't you tell
me that early last fall?
Think of all the buckwheat cakes
"Did the 'Man Eating Turk real
ly come' from Turkey?" asked the
stranger at the wrestling bout.
"Xo, pal," wintered the dia
mond bedecked promoter, "he
came from Beef Corners, Me."
"Then How 'in the world did he
gentleman came home at holiday Ret the name of Hairu?"
Why, his first name was Uriah,
but he turned it a: omul backward
to give it an oriental flavor."
She But, George, y o u could
never support two.
He Well, I'm only looking for
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guests, especially the children who
partook of her generous hospital
ity. The dining room a n d tables
vvcr.-uniquely decorated with every-1 as well. The lights were turned i pressed by this '.e took ii as a
t li i u g suggestive ot tJIinstnias.
1-esiooiirt extended from the center
of the table to each corner of the
room, composed of maile leis en
I twined ' with silver tinsel, from
which were suspended silver Christ
j mas bells alternating with crimson
mm. . i r . . . .
1 v,KW -u'Kau Ul " . crowning glory, was the geniality "Can you?' ' Pcarlie asked polite-
j artistic arrangement of poinsetta J and tile warm-hearted sociability iy. "What's the use?"
, and maile green, and over this, ; which was so characteristic of Mr. Tom Elanz'h j nv dropped "I -
Ranging from the chandelier, was Makee aud his channing wife, aml i thought you like athletic men! "
a large Christmas bell The center which will always remain fresh in he stammered o u t . "You're so
piece for the children s table was a the memory of thoc who partook crazy over :3i-- football new and
.beautiful little Christnms. tree. ari of their hospitality, .iv Tirlit tuut Uiiujsa like that.
low and the pudding made its up- uiatter of courhe.
pearatice wrapped in flames. Like I ' ' People do like sports and athh
Moses' bush, it burned with fire, 'tics," she sighed. "Did you hup
and yet it was not consumed not ! ptin iQ otieU w,at the last football
with the fire. 'score wa?"
But the most beautiful feature of , " i Can lift ten pounds more than
the evening, and that which graced any other man in town," Tom toid
tms unnstnias testival w mi a i,cr one dnv latu in the winter .
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Hair trimmed in (he latest style
Shampooing and shaving
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